Frequently Asked Questions

If you can’t find the answer to your question, please send us an email.

Yes! We offer both online and in-person classes!

Our most comprehensive program, the Foundations of Herbalism Program is now back! After moving to an online format during the worst of Covid, we are delighted to be offering this again!

In addition, we have plant walks and herb weekends planned for 2023! To be the first to receive notifications, subscribe to our Newsletter.

We’re located in Clayton, Georgia, a small town in Rabun County, in the northeast corner of the state surrounded by the Southern Appalachian Mountain. We’re about 100 miles northeast of midtown Atlanta and 85 miles southeast of Asheville, North Carolina.

Learn more about Rabun County, including recommendations for places to stay in the area, here.

Read our Refunds Policy here.

To request a refund, send us an email or call 706-490-3904.

BotanoLogos is a great place to start your herbal studies! You might like to start with our Herbal Basics for Everyone recorded webinar. It includes 6 hours of lectures by Patricia Kyritsi Howell and lots of great handouts. Once you purchase the webinar ($25.00), you can access it anytime you like for one year. Our Foundations of Herbalism Program, offered annually in a virtual format, is a more in-depth 120-hour training in the practice of herbalism. Read more about this program here.

All shorter classes and webinars require payment in full to register.

Our Foundations of Herbalism requires a deposit when your register with the option of paying your tuition balance in full or making monthly payments. If you choose monthly payments, we’ll automatically process your payment using your credit or debit card on the 5th of each month. If your payment does not go through for any reason, you will be notified via email and have two days to add funds to your account to cover the amount, or contact us with an alternate payment method. If you fail to make a monthly payment, you’ll lose access to the program until your account is up to date. We are always willing to work with students to renegotiate payment plans if needed.

Questions about payment options? Please send us an email.

You should have received an email confirming your registration with a link to log into the live Zoom class. If you are having trouble finding the email, or can’t log in for some unknown reason, please send an email to Michele Marlow, our tech wizard. Include your name and the name of the course you are trying to access.

Both our Foundations of Herbalism and Intermediate Level Programs help you understand different approaches to herbalism as you develop your own elegant and effective way of using herbs.

If you are interested in learning more about local herbs, both wild and cultivated, consider any of our seasonal plant walks.

We also have other day-long classes that focus on specific health issues, hands-on medicine making, etc. that may add to your herbal expertise.


For help accessing a recording through our Online Classroom, please email  Michele Marlow, our tech wizard. Include your name, the name of the course you purchased, and she’ll be in touch. Note that our staff does not work after business hours (Eastern time) or on weekends, so look for a response the next business day.

Many of our students are interested in pursuing a career in herbal medicine, and we feel strongly that we need herbalists in every home!

While completing our Foundations of Herbalism program doesn’t provide all the herbal training required to start an herbal practice, it does offer you a solid foundation in the art of herbal medicine. Hours accrued through all BotanoLogos programs count towards the education hours needed to apply for Registered Herbalist membership in the American Herbalists Guild. Read more about AHG’s education recommendations here.

No, we are not accredited by any state or federal agency. We cannot accept payments through any of these agencies.

However, all of the classes we offer do count towards the education hours required to be a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild. Learn more here.

Our commitment to diversity includes providing a stimulating, creative, and supportive learning environment that honors the many ways learning and healing occur. Many of our programs offer reduced tuition or scholarships for BIPOC students, and we welcome proposals for barters and trade; to learn more send us an email.

We believe that health care is a fundamental right that should be accessible to all. While we recognize there will always be more to learn and things we can improve and change, we are actively engaged in ongoing education and training.

And we welcome your suggestions and feedback about how we can be more inclusive!


Yes! Our Online Classroom used for live-streamed webinars and class recordings is accessible from any place with Wi-Fi access.

Yes! The best one is probably Tammy Sweet’s online course Anatomy and Physiology for Herbalists; find out more here. We also like this free online anatomy and physiology course.